My next language after French was Italian as I had fallen in love with the bel paese on a 2-week long trip there at the end of my Erasmus year. Having learnt both languages in quick succession, I am really aware of how similar and different these two Romance languages are in fact.
The Romanian language and the Italian language are very similar (Latin origin). People look like physically, they have similar habits, Romanians understand a little Italian language without any.
Few know that Romanian is a Romance language, similar to French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese; however, due to the country’s geographical position in Eastern Europe, surrounded by Slavic-speaking countries, people think that Romanian is part of the Slavic family.The language does have Slavic roots, but they represent only 10% of the vocabulary.Overview: Detailed comparison of English and Romanian World Languages. Side by side look at similarities and differences for things like writing system, script(s) used, total number of speakers, noun declensions, no. of countries spoken in and more.Can Romanians understand the Italian language. Yes, Romanians watch Italian language TV. Many Romanians work and live in Italy as both countries are EU countries and this means free movement of labor and capital. I think for a Romanian to speak the Italian language or the other way around it would take about a month of studying Italian.
It helps you select the language you want to learn by appraising you on what significant other languages you could learn more easily on the basis of your future knowledge of Romanian. If you feel the figures listed in this table are not correct and you have learned one of the languages listed above, please feel free to contact me and let me know how this should be improved and why.Read More
Romanian is a neo-Latin idiom that resembles Italian, and then in decreasing order, it resembles the Sardinian, Catalan, Romansh, Spanish and Portuguese, and the least with French. 1.1 Historical Overview of English and Romanian. The English language was spoken in the English Anglo-Saxon kingdoms and what is now the south-east region of Scotland.Read More
Romanian is a Romance language and forms, with Italian, the eastern group. Its character as a Romance language is apparent in the grammar although less than half of the vocabulary has been preserved from spoken Latin. Nevertheless, these words of Latin origin are among the lexical elements of high frequency and they dominate everyday Romanian.Read More
Native-Italian learners of English, a stress-timed language, face similar kinds of problems to those faced by native speakers of the other Romance languages, which are syllable-timed. Alphabet: Italian words are made up of the same 26 letters as employed by English, although the letters j, k, w, x and y are considered foreign and are only used in import words.Read More
Romanian-Italian dictionary. Look up a Romanian word in the Romanian-Italian dictionary by entering a search phrase in the text field. You can either input your phrase in Italian or Romanian to search the Italian-Romanian dictionary. You can also search other online dictionaries by selecting one from the dropdown menu next to the search field.Read More
Overview: Detailed comparison of Italian and Romanian World Languages. Side by side look at similarities and differences for things like writing system, script(s) used, total number of speakers, noun declensions, no. of countries spoken in and more.Read More
Romance Languages Vocabulary Lists Learn French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese Together. These tables include vocabulary words side-by-side in French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese so that you can learn these four Romance languages together.Read More
Comparison of Italian and Spanish Adam N. Letchford, Lancaster University To most people, the Italian and Spanish languages look and sound similar.. In all the examples, I have used the convention of putting Italian words and phrases first, followed by Spanish.Read More
Concerning the Origin of Peoples. The Vlach, or the Origin of Romanians. Notice: This is only a concise consideration concerning a topic that should be developed in a deeper and more complete essay. The following research has been done by neutral scholars -neither Hungarian nor Romanian-, leaving aside nationalistic conceptions and political purposes and taking account of documentary sources.Read More
I question that claim about Romanian language (often made, and often by Romanians.). Romanian may have certain things that are more common to Latin, in terms of some elements of grammar, such as style of declension, however frankly I believe Italian in general, as well as Spanish, also in particular the Sardinian language, are overall closer to Latin than Romanian actually is.Read More